PSG ultras sent a warning to Dusan Vlahovic amid transfer links between the Juventus striker and the Parisian club.
The ultras of Paris Saint-Germain have sent a threatening message to Dusan Vlahovic.
In response to reports linking Vlahovic with a summer switch to PSG, the club’s ultras unveiled a banner outside the Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris. It read: “If you come, we will cut off your three fingers.”
This is in retaliation to Vlahovic showing three fingers after a game with Serbia. The gesture allegedly cites “Serbian supremacy over Kosovo”.
PSG ultras also threatened Lucas Hernandez before his move to the club. This was because of the player’s links with rivals Marseille. His father, Jean-Francois, played for the Ligue 1 club between 1995 and 1997.
Since joining Juventus from Fiorentina for €70 million in January 2022, Vlahovic has put away 23 goals and six assists in 63 appearances.
Besides PSG, Chelsea and Tottenham are also reportedly considering Vlahovic. Chelsea may even include Romelu Lukaku in a potential trade with Juventus. Meanwhile, Tottenham are looking for attacking options, with Harry Kane’s future under heavy doubt.
Dusan… 😅 pic.twitter.com/FbGZ3hHVYg
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